September 7th, 2020

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Monday Update 9-7-20

These are some posts from the later part of last week in case you missed them:
Birdfeeding
Poem: "The Capybara Connection"
Poem: "The Best Lighting of All"
Poem: "Bù Zuò Bù Sǐ"
Birdfeeding
Community Building Tip: Slow Down
Birdfeeding
Little Free Pantries
Birdfeeding
Self-Awareness Question: Call
Hard Things


Last week's Poetry Fishbowl went well. I still have things to post.


Poetry in Microfunding:

There are three open epics at present.

"Thinner in Some Places" belongs to Polychrome Heroics: Aquariana. It's a quiet night the Maldives ... for now.

"The Best Understanding of Their Differences" belongs to Polychrome Heroics: Calliope. Vagary is uncomfortable with the park.

"Protect the Forests" belongs to Polychrome Heroics: Iron Horses. The Iron Horses talk about horse communication with Kenzie.


The weather has been mild here.  We got some rain the other day, and it's supposed to rain today too.  Seen at the birdfeeders this week: a flock of mourning doves, a flock of sparrows, a flock of house finches, several cardinals, a pair of goldfinches, and a squirrel. Currently blooming: comfrey, pinks, violas, alyssum, petunia, Queen Anne's lace, yellow coneflowers, purple coneflowers, cup plant, wild senna, morning glory, hosta, black-eyed Susan, wild sunflowers, pink sedum.

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Call for Cosponsors

[personal profile] ng_moonmoth is seeking cosponsors:

I'd like to get "Always Time for Pain" out there, but can't really swing
it by myself right now. If I can get some sponsorship help, I'd make it
happen. Any interest?


When Pandu sees a second city destroyed by a dragon, he grabs some healing supplies and saves what he can.

316 lines, Buy It Now = $158
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Birdfeeding

Today is cloudy and warm.

I fed the birds.  Earlier I saw a squirrel on the hopper feeder.

I gathered wildflower seeds from butterfly weed, blackberry lily, and wild onion then planted them elsewhere.

EDIT 9/7/20 -- I planted more wild onions around the yard.

EDIT 9/7/20 -- I planted more wild onions around the yard.